More details revealed on 2018 Moose jaw police privacy breach

CKOM reports:

In the fall of 2018, the Moose Jaw Police Service fired two workers “inappropriately accessing police information records”, and now more details have been released on what happened in a report from the Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner.

In the report from the commissioner released on Tuesday, it described the privacy breaches as “snooping”.

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